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    Well I got a 10g terrarium, and i cover it with plexiglass with 1/4' holes along the perimeter, and im lucky if humidity is below 85. usually its 90+ (no mold or fungus or anything).
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    Yes, but now I am not worried about the humidity anymore. I am just worried about the heat, which I posted above.
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    Can you try a simpler approach? I just grow mine open tray, SW window sill. Air temp is room temp and humidity is from the water that evaporates. The are dew-laden and flower.

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    Yes, I suppose. You live near me, right? What do I do about heating? (since it makes the air dry) And it is often dark and rainy here, so what do I do about light?(Since it's winter) But, I also have several other plants in that tank, and I do wanna clear it up for them too.
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    Well, actually, I somehow got my dad to help me fix the fixture, so it looks like the Economy Hood from ZooMed, and distributes the light, instead of foccusing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ Nov. 27 2005,3:33)]Yes, I suppose. You live near me, right? What do I do about heating? (since it makes the air dry) And it is often dark and rainy here, so what do I do about light?(Since it's winter) But, I also have several other plants in that tank, and I do wanna clear it up for them too.
    As long as you have some water in a container, the pot wicks it up. And while the photoperiod light is just about at its lowest, this is normal. Mine grew year round at window sills. I'll officiallly been in western NY in 2 weeks.

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